Grow your talent and craft of writing and storytelling – The Scribe Writers Room is looking for the most distinctive, most interesting and promising writing talent to join their journey…
Open the door to creative thinking.
Discover rare insights into script and screenplay development.
SUITABLE FOR BOTH ASPIRING AND ADVANCED WRITERS
The diverse group of participants in each workshop will together create a television series from scratch, starting only with a basic brief. They will develop, genre, story and characters, before writing a pilot episode. They are guided through the process by the workshop facilitator, film & TV industry veteran Producer-Director-Writer Richard H Nosworthy mbks wgsa. (LinkedIn profile here)
Alumni of the Scribe Writers Room Workshops leave with this valuable addition to their CV, having gained practical experience that is impossible to obtain outside of a writer’s room. (See their comments below.)
DAY, TIME & DATES
Monday evenings 19h00 – 22h00 starting on the 4th March 2019
tbc – Melville, Johannesburg.
COST PER WEEK
Writers attending all 17 weeks will receive a certificate
Because these workshops are collaborative and everyone is expected to contribute, we request that you commit to attending every meeting and to doing the necessary homework timeously.
PARTICIPANT SELECTION PROCESS
There is limited space in the workshops, and therefore applicants will be requested to supply more information before being selected/ placed in a workshop. We try to make each “room” as diverse as possible in as many ways as possible, mixing race, gender and experience.
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QUOTES FROM WORKSHOP ALUMNI:
“… was a great learning curve. I have gained skills and tools that will help me develop my own concepts.”
“I loved the chat… the cookies and sandwiches and coffee, and the best part – creating characters, writing scenes and finally comparing and debating on them the following week – the arguing part was the most interesting.”
“I really got to learn a lot as they (different people) brought their life experiences and life knowledge into the writing room and thus into the screenplay. It taught me a lot about writing…”